Partnerships

Partnerships

Partnerships

American Radiosurgery, Inc. is involved in creating strategic partnerships in two distinct areas:

Cyclotron

Medical Cyclotrone

MEDICAL CYCLOTRONS – A Cyclotron is a type of particle accelerator invented by Ernest O Lawrence in 1932. Inside a cyclotron, charged particles accelerate outward from the center along a spiral path. The spiral path is a spiral trajectory held together by a static magnetic field and accelerated by a rapidly varying electric field or radiofrequency. Medical cyclotrons produce radioisotopes that are high-energy, low-energy or both. These radioisotopes are used in PET/CT or SPECT imaging. A cyclotron typically requires a shielded vault as well as a radiopharmaceutical synthesis component and stringent quality assurance practices. Global Cancer Technology, Inc. provides a wide variety of assistance to institutions needing to develop a cyclotron. Global Cancer Technology, Inc. can provide comprehensive solutions to its customers and assist in facility management, site planning, regulatory guidance, financing and other consulting capabilities. A typical cyclotron to produce medical grade radioisotopes can cost approximately $5 million. The company is currently working on several cyclotron possibilities.

Radiosurgery Partnerships

RGS Vertex 360 - 1RADIOSURGERY PARTNERSHIPS – American Radiosurgery, Inc., has gained valuable knowledge and experience in constructing radiosurgery partnerships. The purpose of a partnership is to place a RGS Vertex or an RGS Orbiter in an advantageous geographical area. The company determines a viable geographic location, identifies participating physicians and insures that the necessary facilities to treat patients are in place. Financing is also a critical component of any radiosurgery partnership. American Radiosurgery, Inc. has several radiosurgery partnerships under development in the US and in international markets.

 

 

American Radiosurgery is establishing physician-owned partnerships and financing for the acquisition of the Rotating Gamma System. Contact us at info@americanradiosurgery.net to learn more about these opportunities and the innovative technology that is gaining notoriety around the world.